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recent federal action was an executive order, signed by president obama, making restoration of the chesapeake a national priority. >>> we have breaking news for you now. a car crashes into a house in north baltimore. sky eye chopper 13 is over the scene now. captain mike perry with more. >> that's about the extent of it here. single vehicle accident. car versus a house. this is going to be at mcculloch street and whitelock. the single vehicle apparently lost control. driver lost control, collided with the home. you see some damage to a basement window there. apparently, no injuries to anyone inside. however, there were injuries to people inside the vehicle. two medic units on the scene. you can expect issues if you come northbound on whitelock from mcculloch. back to you on tv hill. >> thank you very much, cpts mike perry. >>> bob is here. and it's november. >> it's already november. can you believe it? thanksgiving right down the street. >>> let's take a look at temps and conditions. time to put your jerky out. >>> winds are calm. we'll come back and look at the rest of the
obama will be practicing and playing with some of the best musicians in the nation. >> reporter: this 14-year-old is previewing a piece she hopes to play at the white house tomorrow. the baltimore school for the arts sophomore will also get a small group lesson from alisa winer, a famous chellist. >> i'll be able to experience more and more. and from an very experienced cellist. and also meet michelle obama. very, very blessed. >> the other is school for the arts senior, david cawa. students just learned in the last week, the head of the music school selected them. >> i was in the practice room one day, just practicing. and doctor ford came in and asked me to play a piece for him. i was wondering what that was about. the next day, he called me into his office and asked me if i wanted to play at the white house. >> reporter: they are hoping to promote music education in secondary schools. >> reporter: david will get a master lesson. and he happens to have applied to go there. just the fact that somebody of her stature would be listening to me. and just giving me advice. >> reporter: their
hill. >> maisha foster lived in the cockeysville area. >>> tomorrow, president obama will lay out his strategy for the war in afghanistan in a primetime speech. the president is reportedly already putting certain parts of his plan into motion. obama met with his war cabinet late wednesday night. among them, a surge of 35,000 additional troops and telling afghanistan it must recruit special train its own security force. can you watch president obama's live primetime address to the nation, tomorrow night. >>> time now to check in with bob. we have pretty good weather over the weekend. but then monday came. >> warm yesterday. >> almost got to 70 some spots. right now, we've cooled down with the rain. although the rain has temporarily ended here in the city. 45. winds at 5. come back and look at a much sunnier tuesday afternoon. >>> all things considered. you can't complain too much. looking at the inner harbor. >> we're not dealing with the fog we saw last week. we have had rain on and off the heaviest stuff, take a look at radar. it's down to our south and southeast. across the extreme
barack obama took part in the traditional veteran's day wreath laying at arlington cemetery. he also stopped at the grounds. and met with some mourners who were remembering loved ones. president obama is still weighing his options about the future of the war in afghanistan. sources say he will make a decision on increasing troop strength within the next few weeks. >> and also tonight, pat warren has more on the services held here in maryland for military veterans. [ playing taps ] >> reporter: a bittersweet day at garrison force cemetery, remembering those who fell in service to our country. and remembering those who served and have since died. >> my dad and remembering all of the other veterans in the past and present future. what they sacrificed for our country. >> the best man in my wedding was killed. so i always think of that day. >> these rosaries are among the hundreds of items being sent to soldiers in iraq and afghanistan today. the american legion post 116 in reisterstown is packing boxes full at home. >> 12 kleenexes. >> you just draw some pictures for them. and we made th
tonight on wjz eyewitness news. delicate diplomacy. president obama is in china, where he met with the country's leaders today. why the internet became a focus of debate. >>> the number of homicides in baltimore city breaks 200. i'm pat warren, coming up on eyewitness news. commissioner bealefeld's response. this is not a numbers game. >>> mystery solved. a missing north carolina girl is found. the latest on the case. >>> will this mild weather continue? hear first warning weather forecast in just minutes. >>> six people over the weekend pushes it past 200. tonight, the city police commissioner. tonight, fred bealefeld is looking beyond the numbers to the calls. >>> adele wondered if she was hearing what she thought she was hearing. >> i heard probably about five gunshots. and wasn't sure if that's exactly what i heard. and considering calling the cops. and lit lately -- literally like heard the sirens. >> reporter: what she heard was a 45-year-old man in a wheelchair upon. shot while his mother was at the moment. anthony peter swan. >> i'm surprised. i've lived here for 2 1/2
for everyone else. the bilt will now go to president obama, -- bill will now go to president obama, who says he will sign it into law. >> analysts say the economy is turning around. the unemployment rate is expected to hover around 10% for the foreseeable future. >>> still scattered and light rain moving across the region now. a live look outside. will it be a wet evening for us all? and what about the weekend? wjz has first warning weather coverage. >> most of us, take a look at radar. light showers around the region. right now, it's pretty much off to the east. as you can see, across the upper eastern shore. around the city, now, it's basically nothing. over by rock hall. chestertown, light showers. bel air up toward elkton. and southwest of our region, chestertown, through denton. and even a little further south, more showers. around the city, now, very light activity. i don't expect to see much tonight. and looks like a pretty nice forecast headed our way. we'll have that for you in a few minutes. >>> we have a tropical storm way down in nicaragua. down in the southwestern caribbean. tim wi
. >>> in less than a week president obama will lay out his plan for the war in iraq. >> reporter: the president is expected to call for additional 30 to 40,000 troops to go to afghanistan. during his address president obama is expected to put a lot of emphasis on bringing the conflict to a close. he is not expected to lay out a specific timetable. back to you. >> thanks. you can watch it next tuesday at 8:00 p.m. right here. >>> and still to come tonight, trouble on wheels, a major recall involving millions of popular vehicles. is yours on the list? >> and coming up next ... >> christian was adopted from a chinese orphanage. still ahead, the surprise that could change his life forever. >>> paying the ultimate price, remembering a soldier killed in combat in afghanistan. >>> and is the rain over? stick around for the forecast coming right up. >>> a man became the 845th soldier to die in afghanistan. he grew up in boston but recently moved to maryland. >> reporter: he grew up in boston and recently moved. >> these are the best soldiers america can produce. they have special forces soldiers. >> h
. >> i'm not sure which was more confusing to my friends. hanging out with the obama administration or hanging out with sharpton. >> reporter: the act is up for next year. and change is bound to come. >>> in front of them, they asked to see changes. >> you can't give your students a textbook and say here, put your helped down on -- head down on a desk and go to sleep. or start typing e-mails. >> but finding and keeping highly qualified teachers or any changes to the state's school system comes with a price tag. and dunk an plans to spend. -- duncan plans to spend. thanks to stimulus dlses dollars, they have nearly $4.5 billion for reform. but schools the have to vy for that money. -- vie for that money. >> we could fundamentally change. >> meanwhile, teachers and principals would like to see in state schools including r. around the maryland's charter school law, which would give charter schools here in maryland more say over how they're run. back to you. >> okay. thank you, gigi. duncan, gingrich and sharpton are on a three-city tour. they visited in september. their next stop hasn'
, president obama's big decision on afghanistan. david martin with the exclusive details of what the military will be getting to continue the fight against the taliban. a cbs news investigation. why so many rapists in this country are getting away with the crime. and "assignment america." they're ready to start their life together-- 50 years after a lie kept them apart. >> like the time had not past.
point at the white house on tuesday. they were able to get in the same room as president obama and took photos with celebrities and dignitaries. >>> a chilly and blustery friday evening across the region. take a look at what people in far western maryland are dealing with tonight, snow. several inches of know fell near the alpine lake resort. >>> a live look outside right now. what about the weekend? wjz has coverage on the forecast. >> happy holiday weekend. it looks that way out west. want to show you this. we can encompass the entire state. you can see the snow that has been coming in. there is still a winter weather advisory in effect because of the snow that's happening and will continue to happen into tonight. we have more on that. >> reporter: and the windchill is also substantial moving into the evening. sustained winds at 18 miles per hour from the west. a northwest wind at 12. some of the heavier winds at 0. look at the windchill when you add that to temperatures getting down into the 40s. 35 is what it feels like across the central maryland portion of the state. i can tell yo
forward with their hearing, despite a plea from president obama to hold off. he urged congress to resist the urge to turn this into political theater. >> the pentagon's investigation will take a closer look at major hasan's time living here in maryland. the supervisor at walter reed medical center warned the army that he had serious concerns about hasan's incompetence and reckless behavior. >>> in tonight's flu watch report, baltimore county is getting a new round of the h1n1 vaccines. sally is in the newsroom with details on a clinic tomorrow. >> reporter: a lot of marylanders have had a hard time getting vaccinated, as you know. baltimore county held its tenth clinic to be held at the randallstown community center. about 5,000 are expected to be doled out tomorrow. that's almost twice as many as previous clinics. they will be there to thank those who have been administering those there for their hard work. >>> 19 maryland deaths have been blamed on the h1n1 virus. >>> a man is recovering tonight after he was trapped in a south baltimore row home when the building collapsed on top of it
rampage. president obama has ordered flags on federal buildings to fly at half staff until veterans day. wjz is always on. check in for complete coverage of the mass shooting at fort hood. for more on the rampage, the victims and the background to the suspected shooter, log onto wjz.com. >>> and unfortunately, we have another mass shooting to tell you about tonight. this one at a business in florida. sally is live in the newsroom with the latest there. >> suspected gunman opened fire inside an engineering firm, where he was fired more than two years ago. police say 40-year-old jason rodriguez shot six people, killing one of them. all of the victims who were shot were on the 8th floor of the building, located in downtown orlando. a number of other people in the building barricaded themselves in, until officers told them it was safe to come out. about three hours after the shooting, rodriguez was arrested at his mom's home. when asked by a reporter why he did, it he -- did it, he replied, because they left me to rot. >>> we have breaking news to tell you about right now. a serious acciden
? >> thank you, bob. still to come tonight. emotional tribute. president obama joined soldiers to remember victims of the fort hood massacre. >>> i'm mike schuh, wjz eyewitness news. at the city arabbers tent in baltimore. 19 horses have been removed today. and the arabbers and the city tell completely different stories. the story when eyewitness news continues. >>> i'm suzanne collins in pikesville. a volunteer fire company is sued. and i'll explain why medics say there has been religious discrimination. that's coming up next. >>> clear, mild november evening. stick around for the updated first warning forecast. >>> three paramedics file a complaint, saying they're victims, based on their orthodox jewish belief. >> this is the medic unit that matt goldstein rode when responding to cases for 17 years as a paramedic. but he hasn't put on his pikesville uniform since january. his volunteerism there came to an end earlier this year, over the issue of safety masks. >> i've been very passionate about this for so many years. it's unfortunate to be able to prevent it from helping people. >> repor
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